We must stop Clause 152

Phil Booth
2 March 2009

Phil Booth of NO2ID responds to Anthony Barnett and Henry Porter's call for suggestions as to 'what next' in the wake of the Convention on Modern Liberty...  

Please write NOW to your MP - http://www.WritetoThem.com is a single
click away - telling him or her that you *refuse your consent* to the
arbitrary sharing of your information under any ‘Information Sharing
Order’ and that you want him or her to vote to have Clause 152 of the
Coroners and Justice Bill (currently being debated in Parliament)
*completely removed* from the Bill.

If you care about our fundamental rights and freedoms, the time to act is now - before we lose yet another one!

For those who don’t have time to read Clause 152, it would enable
any Minister by order to be able to take any information gathered for
one purpose - across the public and private sector - and use it for any
other purpose.

All by itself, it is more dangerous than the entire Identity Cards
Act - it literally provides the powers to build the Database State.

Please write to your MP *now* - and tell everyone you know about Clause 152, and ask them to write to their MP too.

http://www.WritetoThem.com - “I refuse to consent, stop Clause 152″

We CAN stop this. Over to you…

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